Which yoga postures can help to remove the fatigue in the office

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Which yoga postures can help to remove the fatigue in the office

The reason for body tiredness is that irregular and unhealthy eating habits, busy life and inadequate sleep. One of the major reason for fatigue can be that you have to sit in the office for most of the time. Because the muscles of our body keep working even after sitting and as a result, you feel tired. But with the help of yoga here, you can keep yourself energetic in the office and stay away from fatigue. (Also read: Four Yoga Postures Which Promote Hair Growth)


To practice this posture, sit on the floor in comfortable position. Now put the palms of both hands on the knees. Turn the sun ring of both hands towards the palm and press it with the thumb. Keep the other fingers straight. You can do this asana by sitting directly in this pose for 10-15 minutes.

Prayer Mudra

This posture strengthens your body and also enhances the eyesight. To perform this posture, fold your hands and make the posture of Namaste and then keep the hands above the head and keep it centrally. Sit in this posture for a while and breathe deeply. (Also read: Five Yoga Asanas To Stay Young)


This posture removes your tension, which major problem for the people going to the office every day. To practice this posture, sit and close the eyes and join the thumb of your with the ring finger and junior finger. Keep the other fingers straight. Now sit in this posture for 10-15 minutes.

Earth Yoga

This posture improves your blood pressure. For this posture, first, sit in the posture of Sudhasan. Now press the tip of your thumb with the edge of the index finger, keep the other fingers straight. It is the easiest of yoga to perform in the office without any hassle.

Ujjayi Pranayama

Sit on the floor in a comfortable posture, keep your body straight. Now, inhale as much air as you can through your nose in the lungs. Now, hold this air in a few minutes, close your nostril using your thumb and exhale using the other nostril. (Also read: How to do Kapalbhati Pranayama and what are its benefits)

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